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    Begin forwarded message: http://www.bornfreeusa.org/a10a1_investigation.php http://www.cnbc.com/id/41983434 Undercover Investigation Released Today Reveals
    Message 1 de 7 , 9 mars 2011
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      Undercover Investigation Released Today Reveals Barbaric Animal Trapping Practices Born Free USA announces horrific details of investigation, including unprecedented video and photographs showing brutality and illegal practices by U.S. trappers
      Published: Wednesday, 9 Mar 2011 | 5:00 AM ET
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      WASHINGTON, March 9, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Born Free USA, a leader in animal welfare and wildlife conservation, announced today the results of a groundbreaking undercover investigation inside the world of recreational and professional wildlife trapping. This is the first known undercover investigation of trapping in the U.S. (www.bornfreeusa.org/victimsofvanity).
      The investigation, which took place in and around wooded areas and farms in Pennsylvania, reveals shocking cruelty and brutality including: the prolonged drowning of a raccoon by a trapper with a stick; the chest-crushing suffocating of foxes; the capture and killing of non-target animals such as a domestic cat; and the use of illegal snare traps.
      To view the multimedia assets associated with this release, please click http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/undercover-investigation-released-today-reveals-barbaric-animal-trapping-practices-117548923.html According to Adam Roberts, Executive Vice President, Born Free USA, "Born Free USA launched this investigation to shed light on a horrific, highly unregulated, inhumane and dangerous industry. Commercial fur trapping dates back to the early 1600's and has hardly changed. It remains barbaric and many people are not even aware that this is going on in most of the U.S." "More than 80 countries have banned the leghold trap, which is still legal here.
      Our aim is to educate the public, policy makers, and the fashion industry, and put pressure on state agencies for more regulations. In most states wild animals are allowed to be trapped for commercialized fur use and recreation. People value wildlife and the humane treatment of animals and will be sickened to see them suffering mercilessly in body crushing traps or strangulation snares, or under the weight of a trapper's boot," Roberts explains.
      The trapping industry and U.S. fish and game departments maintain that this is a humane and regulated industry. Born Free USA's new footage reveals the inhumane treatment of wild furbearers by American trappers and the lack of regulation of the industry.
      "Methods used to kill trapped animals would violate anti-cruelty laws in most states if inflicted intentionally upon domestic cats or dogs," says wildlife biologist Monica Engebretson, Senior Program Associate, Born Free USA. "This investigation demonstrates that despite years of research, there are no significant advances in reducing collateral damage -- the non-target animals captured in traps set for other species." Most states do not require trappers to report non-target animals who are trapped or killed. Born Free USA estimates that one in three victims trapped are non-target animals -- often family cats and dogs. The organization receives numerous calls from families who have seen their pet suffer in the jaws of a trap in their neighborhood. The organization has an online database of non-target incidents at. www.bornfreeusa.org/database.
      The investigation also reveals conversations among trappers caught on camera discussing illegal trapping methods and selling their pelts including talk of the link from catch to commercial fur auctions. Video was shot in "Fur Sheds" where animals are fleshed; and fur auctions where trappers sell their "goods." Born Free USA works to expose the truth and eliminate cruel traps by encouraging policymakers to enact stronger laws; ensuring state agencies are enforcing existing protections; and championing humane alternatives of mitigating conflicts with wildlife.
      Highlights of undercover video footage and photographs: Legal and illegal snares being used to trap animals.
      Live raccoon in a leghold water trap and brutal drowning by a trapper.
      Live red foxes in illegal cable snares -- then brutally killed.
      Dead mink in leghold water trap -- out of trapping season.
      Non-target animals caught in traps: a domestic cat, a rabbit.
      Live bobcats in leghold traps -- then strangled to death.
      Live coyote in a leghold trap.
      Inside a trapper's Fur Shed, including skinning a fox, hanging pelts, and traps.
      A PA fur auction.
      Born Free USA is a nationally recognized leader in animal welfare and wildlife conservation. Through litigation, legislation, and public education, Born Free USA leads vital campaigns against animals in entertainment, exotic "pets," trapping and fur, and the destructive international wildlife trade. Born Free's Primate Sanctuary in Texas is home to more than 500 primates rescued from laboratories, roadside zoos, and private possession. Born Free USA brings to America the message of "compassionate conservation" -- the vision of the U.K.-based Born Free Foundation, established in 1984 by Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna, stars of the iconic film Born Free, along with their son Will Travers, now CEO of both organizations. Born Free's mission is to end suffering of wild animals in captivity, conserve threatened and endangered species, and encourage compassionate conservation globally. More at: www.bornfreeusa.org; twitterhttp://twitter.com/bornfreeusa; Facebook http://www.facebook.com/BornFreeUSA.
      Born Free USA undertook this investigation in partnership with the organization Respect for Animals.
      SOURCE Born Free USA www.prnewswire.com Copyright (C) 2011 PR Newswire. All rights reserved -0- KEYWORD: Pennsylvania
      District of Columbia INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ENV SUBJECT CODE: BFA
       
       
    • Stéphanie ROSSENU
      Des enquêtes clandestines ont révélé la cruauté sans nom des méthodes de trappage des animaux, des renards, des coyotes et aussi des animaux domestiques
      Message 2 de 7 , 14 mars 2011
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        Des enquêtes clandestines ont révélé la cruauté sans nom des méthodes de trappage des animaux, des renards, des coyotes et aussi des animaux domestiques non ciblés.
        Les photos sont très, très dures, on y voit un renard avec un pic planté dans son dos, souffrant le martyr et suffoquer...ces animaux agonisent pdt un temps très long,
        parfois même 24h quand le trappeur tarde à venir. Ces méthodes illégales et barbares (photos et vidéos mais attention, c'est insoutenable) doivent être interdites.
        ET CES SOUFFRANCES EXTRÊMES PERDURENT AU NOM DE LA VANITÉ, AU NOM DE LA FOURRURE.
        Merci de sensibiliser le plus de monde possible, n'hésitez pas à aborder les gens qui portent de la fourrure, ayez des tracts sur vous, c'est le moins que l'on puisse
        faire pour venir en aide aux animaux.

        LE COMBAT CONTINU.

        S.

        Anti-Fur Society a écrit :
         

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        Undercover Investigation Released Today Reveals Barbaric Animal Trapping Practices Born Free USA announces horrific details of investigation, including unprecedented video and photographs showing brutality and illegal practices by U.S. trappers
        Published: Wednesday, 9 Mar 2011 | 5:00 AM ET
        http://media.cnbc.com/i/CNBC/CNBC_Images/header/icon_textT.gifText Sizehttp://media.cnbc.com/i/CNBC/CNBC_Images/header/icon_text_minus.gifhttp://media.cnbc.com/i/CNBC/CNBC_Images/header/icon_text_plus.gif
        WASHINGTON, March 9, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Born Free USA, a leader in animal welfare and wildlife conservation, announced today the results of a groundbreaking undercover investigation inside the world of recreational and professional wildlife trapping. This is the first known undercover investigation of trapping in the U.S. (www.bornfreeusa.org/victimsofvanity).
        The investigation, which took place in and around wooded areas and farms in Pennsylvania, reveals shocking cruelty and brutality including: the prolonged drowning of a raccoon by a trapper with a stick; the chest-crushing suffocating of foxes; the capture and killing of non-target animals such as a domestic cat; and the use of illegal snare traps.
        To view the multimedia assets associated with this release, please click http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/undercover-investigation-released-today-reveals-barbaric-animal-trapping-practices-117548923.html According to Adam Roberts, Executive Vice President, Born Free USA, "Born Free USA launched this investigation to shed light on a horrific, highly unregulated, inhumane and dangerous industry. Commercial fur trapping dates back to the early 1600's and has hardly changed. It remains barbaric and many people are not even aware that this is going on in most of the U.S." "More than 80 countries have banned the leghold trap, which is still legal here.
        Our aim is to educate the public, policy makers, and the fashion industry, and put pressure on state agencies for more regulations. In most states wild animals are allowed to be trapped for commercialized fur use and recreation. People value wildlife and the humane treatment of animals and will be sickened to see them suffering mercilessly in body crushing traps or strangulation snares, or under the weight of a trapper's boot," Roberts explains.
        The trapping industry and U.S. fish and game departments maintain that this is a humane and regulated industry. Born Free USA's new footage reveals the inhumane treatment of wild furbearers by American trappers and the lack of regulation of the industry.
        "Methods used to kill trapped animals would violate anti-cruelty laws in most states if inflicted intentionally upon domestic cats or dogs," says wildlife biologist Monica Engebretson, Senior Program Associate, Born Free USA. "This investigation demonstrates that despite years of research, there are no significant advances in reducing collateral damage -- the non-target animals captured in traps set for other species." Most states do not require trappers to report non-target animals who are trapped or killed. Born Free USA estimates that one in three victims trapped are non-target animals -- often family cats and dogs. The organization receives numerous calls from families who have seen their pet suffer in the jaws of a trap in their neighborhood. The organization has an online database of non-target incidents at. www.bornfreeusa.org/database.
        The investigation also reveals conversations among trappers caught on camera discussing illegal trapping methods and selling their pelts including talk of the link from catch to commercial fur auctions. Video was shot in "Fur Sheds" where animals are fleshed; and fur auctions where trappers sell their "goods." Born Free USA works to expose the truth and eliminate cruel traps by encouraging policymakers to enact stronger laws; ensuring state agencies are enforcing existing protections; and championing humane alternatives of mitigating conflicts with wildlife.
        Highlights of undercover video footage and photographs: Legal and illegal snares being used to trap animals.
        Live raccoon in a leghold water trap and brutal drowning by a trapper.
        Live red foxes in illegal cable snares -- then brutally killed.
        Dead mink in leghold water trap -- out of trapping season.
        Non-target animals caught in traps: a domestic cat, a rabbit.
        Live bobcats in leghold traps -- then strangled to death.
        Live coyote in a leghold trap.
        Inside a trapper's Fur Shed, including skinning a fox, hanging pelts, and traps.
        A PA fur auction.
        Born Free USA is a nationally recognized leader in animal welfare and wildlife conservation. Through litigation, legislation, and public education, Born Free USA leads vital campaigns against animals in entertainment, exotic "pets," trapping and fur, and the destructive international wildlife trade. Born Free's Primate Sanctuary in Texas is home to more than 500 primates rescued from laboratories, roadside zoos, and private possession. Born Free USA brings to America the message of "compassionate conservation" -- the vision of the U.K.-based Born Free Foundation, established in 1984 by Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna, stars of the iconic film Born Free, along with their son Will Travers, now CEO of both organizations. Born Free's mission is to end suffering of wild animals in captivity, conserve threatened and endangered species, and encourage compassionate conservation globally. More at: www.bornfreeusa.org; twitterhttp://twitter.com/bornfreeusa; Facebook http://www.facebook.com/BornFreeUSA.
        Born Free USA undertook this investigation in partnership with the organization Respect for Animals.
        SOURCE Born Free USA www.prnewswire.com Copyright (C) 2011 PR Newswire. All rights reserved -0- KEYWORD: Pennsylvania
        District of Columbia INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ENV SUBJECT CODE: BFA
         
         

      • Stéphanie ROSSENU
        www.AFSConference.org . Lors de ce rassemblement en Californie en juin, il sera question aussi d interdire le trappage dans toute l Amérique. Conférence
        Message 3 de 7 , 14 mars 2011
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          www.AFSConference.org.

          Lors de ce rassemblement en Californie en juin, il sera question aussi d'interdire le trappage dans toute l'Amérique. Conférence tenue par Shannon Keith, l'auteur de Behind the Mak et de Skin Trade dont on fera bientôt la première à Paris, et Rosa Close de l'Anti Fur Society.
          Je viens de finir la traduction des dialogues, ce film enquête en caméra cachée dans les fermes d'élevage, et il y a aussi Peter Young (ALF) qui témoigne, entre autre, de son action libération de visons. On apprend aussi que les animaux ne sont même pas forcément électrocuter pour abîmer encore moins leur fourrure, vous l'aurez compris, ils sont donc dépecés pleinement conscients. Un homme ayant vu un renard
          se faire dépouiller de sa peau, s'est tout simplement mis à chialer...

          S.


          Stéphanie ROSSENU a écrit :
           

          Des enquêtes clandestines ont révélé la cruauté sans nom des méthodes de trappage des animaux, des renards, des coyotes et aussi des animaux domestiques non ciblés.
          Les photos sont très, très dures, on y voit un renard avec un pic planté dans son dos, souffrant le martyr et suffoquer...ces animaux agonisent pdt un temps très long,
          parfois même 24h quand le trappeur tarde à venir. Ces méthodes illégales et barbares (photos et vidéos mais attention, c'est insoutenable) doivent être interdites.
          ET CES SOUFFRANCES EXTRÊMES PERDURENT AU NOM DE LA VANITÉ, AU NOM DE LA FOURRURE.
          Merci de sensibiliser le plus de monde possible, n'hésitez pas à aborder les gens qui portent de la fourrure, ayez des tracts sur vous, c'est le moins que l'on puisse
          faire pour venir en aide aux animaux.

          LE COMBAT CONTINU.

          S.

          Anti-Fur Society a écrit :

           
          Begin forwarded message:
           
           
          Undercover Investigation Released Today Reveals Barbaric Animal Trapping Practices Born Free USA announces horrific details of investigation, including unprecedented video and photographs showing brutality and illegal practices by U.S. trappers
          Published: Wednesday, 9 Mar 2011 | 5:00 AM ET
          http://media.cnbc.com/i/CNBC/CNBC_Images/header/icon_textT.gifText Sizehttp://media.cnbc.com/i/CNBC/CNBC_Images/header/icon_text_minus.gifhttp://media.cnbc.com/i/CNBC/CNBC_Images/header/icon_text_plus.gif
          WASHINGTON, March 9, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Born Free USA, a leader in animal welfare and wildlife conservation, announced today the results of a groundbreaking undercover investigation inside the world of recreational and professional wildlife trapping. This is the first known undercover investigation of trapping in the U.S. (www.bornfreeusa.org/victimsofvanity).
          The investigation, which took place in and around wooded areas and farms in Pennsylvania, reveals shocking cruelty and brutality including: the prolonged drowning of a raccoon by a trapper with a stick; the chest-crushing suffocating of foxes; the capture and killing of non-target animals such as a domestic cat; and the use of illegal snare traps.
          To view the multimedia assets associated with this release, please click http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/undercover-investigation-released-today-reveals-barbaric-animal-trapping-practices-117548923.html According to Adam Roberts, Executive Vice President, Born Free USA, "Born Free USA launched this investigation to shed light on a horrific, highly unregulated, inhumane and dangerous industry. Commercial fur trapping dates back to the early 1600's and has hardly changed. It remains barbaric and many people are not even aware that this is going on in most of the U.S." "More than 80 countries have banned the leghold trap, which is still legal here.
          Our aim is to educate the public, policy makers, and the fashion industry, and put pressure on state agencies for more regulations. In most states wild animals are allowed to be trapped for commercialized fur use and recreation. People value wildlife and the humane treatment of animals and will be sickened to see them suffering mercilessly in body crushing traps or strangulation snares, or under the weight of a trapper's boot," Roberts explains.
          The trapping industry and U.S. fish and game departments maintain that this is a humane and regulated industry. Born Free USA's new footage reveals the inhumane treatment of wild furbearers by American trappers and the lack of regulation of the industry.
          "Methods used to kill trapped animals would violate anti-cruelty laws in most states if inflicted intentionally upon domestic cats or dogs," says wildlife biologist Monica Engebretson, Senior Program Associate, Born Free USA. "This investigation demonstrates that despite years of research, there are no significant advances in reducing collateral damage -- the non-target animals captured in traps set for other species." Most states do not require trappers to report non-target animals who are trapped or killed. Born Free USA estimates that one in three victims trapped are non-target animals -- often family cats and dogs. The organization receives numerous calls from families who have seen their pet suffer in the jaws of a trap in their neighborhood. The organization has an online database of non-target incidents at. www.bornfreeusa.org/database.
          The investigation also reveals conversations among trappers caught on camera discussing illegal trapping methods and selling their pelts including talk of the link from catch to commercial fur auctions. Video was shot in "Fur Sheds" where animals are fleshed; and fur auctions where trappers sell their "goods." Born Free USA works to expose the truth and eliminate cruel traps by encouraging policymakers to enact stronger laws; ensuring state agencies are enforcing existing protections; and championing humane alternatives of mitigating conflicts with wildlife.
          Highlights of undercover video footage and photographs: Legal and illegal snares being used to trap animals.
          Live raccoon in a leghold water trap and brutal drowning by a trapper.
          Live red foxes in illegal cable snares -- then brutally killed.
          Dead mink in leghold water trap -- out of trapping season.
          Non-target animals caught in traps: a domestic cat, a rabbit.
          Live bobcats in leghold traps -- then strangled to death.
          Live coyote in a leghold trap.
          Inside a trapper's Fur Shed, including skinning a fox, hanging pelts, and traps.
          A PA fur auction.
          Born Free USA is a nationally recognized leader in animal welfare and wildlife conservation. Through litigation, legislation, and public education, Born Free USA leads vital campaigns against animals in entertainment, exotic "pets," trapping and fur, and the destructive international wildlife trade. Born Free's Primate Sanctuary in Texas is home to more than 500 primates rescued from laboratories, roadside zoos, and private possession. Born Free USA brings to America the message of "compassionate conservation" -- the vision of the U.K.-based Born Free Foundation, established in 1984 by Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna, stars of the iconic film Born Free, along with their son Will Travers, now CEO of both organizations. Born Free's mission is to end suffering of wild animals in captivity, conserve threatened and endangered species, and encourage compassionate conservation globally. More at: www.bornfreeusa.org; twitterhttp://twitter.com/bornfreeusa; Facebook http://www.facebook.com/BornFreeUSA.
          Born Free USA undertook this investigation in partnership with the organization Respect for Animals.
          SOURCE Born Free USA www.prnewswire.com Copyright (C) 2011 PR Newswire. All rights reserved -0- KEYWORD: Pennsylvania
          District of Columbia INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ENV SUBJECT CODE: BFA
           
           


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